Treasure Island

Steve Yeager

(Alabama)

The romance Part 1


I'm on the shore
Seeing the first glimpses of light
Watching the morning sun rise
While I'm thinking about you in every thought
I begin to write about you
My hearts stuck on you
It shall wonder no more
and only you
I will ever adore
I'm imaging your laying by my side
Lost in your sparkling eyes
Nothings been quite the same
Since we first met
You've transformed my mind
and heart
In my heart
You'll find our memorys outlined
I don't think
I know loves our connection
All of my affection
Is all about you
You just can't imagine
How much I love you
A kiss!
Yes, a kiss
From you desiring lips
You don't know how I feel
If I get that kiss from you
This love will blossom
If we get a kiss from each other
Your lips are strawberry red
They give off strong desires
They say enoughs said
and glister like fire


Part 2 coming before the end of the month!

Submitted: Monday, March 11, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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